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CSD research associate professor presents in Seoul, South Korea

Jungmee Lee, PhD

Jungmee Lee, PhD presents her research in Seoul, South Korea.

Jungmee Lee, PhD, research associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD), was invited to speak at the Research Seminar of the Korean Otological Society in Seoul, South Korea.

In her first presentation, which was part of the online symposium prior to the main in-person seminar, Lee discussed her research titled, "Evidence of possible contribution of cochlear mechanics to individual differences in the cocktail-party effect." During the conference in Seoul, Lee presented her research titled, "Relationship between various measures of auditory perception and otoacoustic emissions."

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